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    April 3, 2013
    7:00 - 9:00am PDT  

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>> reporter: a police investigation ends with one man being sent to the hospital after being shot by a napa police officer. air force one lands in the bay area this evening. find out what is on president obama's agenda. breaking news from the east bay. we have the news crew headed to the scene of a deadly attack. and one lane is closed now because a truck hit something east of treasure tresh -- treasure island causing delays. good morning, everybody. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, april 3rd. dave clark is off today. sal, big problems on the bay bridge. >> that's right.
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the lower deck eastbound. there was a truck driving along and somehow hit the top part of the bridge and caused some debris to come down eastbound on the lower tech, just east of treasure island. no significant damage is reported to the actual structure of the bridge. however, there's debris all over the place. they are cleaning it up. one lane is closed eastbound as you drive from san francisco to oakland you will see an unexpected slowdown. this is not affecting traffic from oakland to san francisco. that commute is normal. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. breaking news out of oakland. right now, police are at the scene of a deadly stabbing. it all happened less than two hours ago at 5:15. a person called police after finding a man with stab wounds on the 2300 block of international boulevard. the man was taken to the hospital where where he died. tara moriarty is heading to the scene. another shooting in the bay
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area last night, in then on gasser avenue. ktvu's paul chambers joins us live to tell us many critical questions still need to be answered. good morning, paul. >> reporter: good morning, tori. there's a lot of questions that need-- that need to be answered. the officer involved is on paid leave, which is normal protocol in an officer-involved shooting shooting. we can take a look at video. napa bureau they were watching a vehicle. police believe three men were inside. one of the three men they believe had a warrant out for an assault with a deadly weapon. one man got out and got into an altercation with the agent. that man started to shoot and shot the man in the torso.
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his condition, unknown at this time. the other two men were in the custody. we have yet to hear word back from the sheriff's department. as soon as we do, of course, we'll bring it along to you. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:02. overnight news, hayward firefighters had to call in police backup after a fire at an apartment building. it was first reported after 3:00 a.m. on western boulevard. the building had five units. firefighters say when they arrived, everybody evacuated. but they say the crowd was large and confrontational. that's why hayward police were called in for backup. it appears the fire began in the kitchen of a bottom-floor unit. one woman was taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. president obama is coming to the bay area this evening for a series of fund-raisers to
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benefit the candidates for next year's election. he's scheduled to arrive at 5:25 and then at 6:15, he will give remarks at some sty -- at tom stier and then he will speak at ann and gordon gety. he will stay overnight here and then tomorrow, heads to atherton for a brunch and then he will visit john and marcia goldman. now, people opposed to the keystone excel pipeline are planning to protest tonight. this is video of a similar protest during a visit by the president of october of 2011. if approved by the obama administration, the keystone pipeline would carry oil from canada to refineries in the gulf coast. before president obama arrives here, he's stopping in colorado to condition the push for tougher gun chrome measures --
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control measures. coming up, who will meet with the president today. berkeley's police union has sent out a survey to get the public's opinion about tasers. they do not use tasers now but they are considering whether or not they should. the organization sent out surveys to 19,000 people in berkeley to ask their opinion. the president of the berkeley police association says it's the first step in a long process. a whole new ballgame in the battle of the as. the san jose mayor wants a meeting with the commissioner. janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: fans say it's been frustrating because they haven't seen any movement getting the as to san jose. but mayor reed sent this letter to bud selig pushing for them to resolve their issues.
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now, mayor reed sent the letter to bud selig to discuss the as coming to san jose and to avoid the possibility of any litigation. the city has set along land near the hp pavilion that it purchased with redevelopment money for the proposed stadium. the san francisco giants currently have territorial rights where it has its minor league and the organization is blocking the move. 75% would have to vote in the as's favor. but some say they are glad the mayor is pushing major league baseball. >> something has to happen. nothing is happening right now. oakland is not doing really good with the tenants. san jose is a big city. bigger than oakland and bigger than san francisco. look at the sharks. >> reporter: as' owner liu wolf
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-- as' owner lew wolf has lar mentioned his commitment to keep the team here until 2015. some say that's the amount of time it would take to finish this. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:07. we want to go to sal right now there is a problem on the lower deck of the bay bridge that you've been following. what is it looking like there? >> reporter: they've canceled the sig-alert eastbound. but that problem still causing slow traffic because it has to unwind. eastbound on the lower deck of the bay bridge, a truck hit the -- i guess hit the top part of the bridge. you see treasure island. there's some debris there. and traffic was slow. it's still slow as they closed the lane to do that for about
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25 minutes. now they just opened it. they just opened all of the lanes. if you are leaving san francisco for oakland, you still may see some slow traffic. westbound has not been affected. westbound traffic continues to move as normal. let's take a look at westbound at the toll plaza where the normal delay of about 20 minutes at the toll plaza. in the south bay, 237 westbound, you will see traffic, a little bit slow, not that bad. as you drive over to one. 7:08. let's go to steve. a very good morning. a very good cloudy morning. some reports coming in. thick fog. tom blossom hill, visibility, 200, 300 feet. thick fog, napa, santa rosa, quarter mile visibility or less even down that salinas. higher clouds will kind of clear out of here pretty soon. we'll still have a mostly sunny, partly cloudy day until late tonight whoen this system, that -- when this system, that one right there, comes in
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tomorrow. remember the system on monday? it's a big guy now. look at that severe weather throughout much of the deep south, down into dixie and severe weather from wichita, tulsa, oklahoma city, april things thing and then new mexico, very, very dry air. we're getting our -- our little system has picked up the gulf moisture. petaluma, 44. a lot of 40s to low 50s. yet oakland continues to be one of the warmest at 55. mainly 50 degrees. a little bit more in the way of low clouds. 29 up in tahoe. 44 ukiah. a little chill up there. no doubt about it. today, partly sunny, partly cloudy. but the system i'm standing right in front of. when you start to see the bend, that means the low is forming. it's heading toward us. we need the low to give us the dynamic. this is our computer model
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forecast. we're okay today. partly sunny, to mostly cloudy. i think a lot of high clouds. tonight, right there around midnight we'll start to see clouds rolling in. here's tomorrow morning right there coming in pretty quick but i think the morning commute looks like it will be a wet one. lingering throughout most of the day, there is a lot of cloud cover and moisture. let's hope we get .25 to .75. after that it doesn't look like much. 60s and 70s. mid-70s for some. cloudy with rain on thursday, lingering into friday. we'll kick it out here. partly sunny, partly cloudy skies on the weekend. maybe some rain to the north bay. >> we have an update on the fatal stabbing in oakland. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty has just arrived on
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the scene. what can you tell us. >> reporter: we are at the 2300 block of international boulevard. when we pulled up, we noticed there were a lot of investigators here. we're not sure exactly how the stabbing unfolded but we're told it is a possibility that the victim could have fallen from one of the balconies that you see up there because he had such severe trauma in addition to his stab wounds. joining me live is sergeant ross tis'dale. he -- tizdale. tell us what happened. >> there was a call of a man down. officers arrived on scene and discovered a male in his 40s, suffering from trauma to his head. when ambulance personnel arrived, they later discovered he had three to four stab wounds to his stomach test area. at that point he was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead. >> reporter: these appear to be
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live/work units, have you been able to talk to any of the people nearby to see if there was an argument? >> at this time, officers are conducting a canvass of the area to see if we can get more information on the case. at this point, we don't have anything more than that. >> reporter: at this point, the victim died at the hospital? >> that's correct. >> reporter: anything more? >> that's it at this time. >> reporter: you are guys gonna be blocking off part of the roadway here or are you gonna keep it confined to the sidewalk area? >> we're gonna keep it confined to the sidewalk until our technicians can secure the scene. >> reporter: thank you. ross tisdale from oakland police department. that's it here. investigators are trying to figure out exactly what the motive was here and figure out who the suspect would be. we're live in oakland, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:12. coming up -- looking ahead three years from now, find out
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fog's the big story. a couple of reports coming in about 200, 300 feet visibility. very foggy up above. , mostly sunny, mild to warm today. all right. thank you, steve. a man suspected to breaking into dozens of mountain cabins has been arrested in utah after evading police for half a decade. deputies arrested 45-year-old troy knap yesterday in central utah after hunters recognized him and called police.
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napa is accused of -- knap is accused of breaking into cabins over a five-year period. he also left behind notes taunting law enforcement. mark sanford run a republican round jf election for a u.s. conditional seat. his career was tarnished when back in 2009, he admitted to an extramarital affair. last night, his former mistress and now fiancee was back his side. the election is may 7th. a new poll shows republicans could have a hard time winning back the white house in the 2016 presidential election if either hillary clinton or joe biden democrats the nom into he. a poll matched clip -- nominee. a poll matched those two beating marco rubio, rand paul and jeb bush.
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the only republican who seemed to stand a chance was chris christie. just two hours from now, president obama leaves washington and ta his gun control proposals on the road. as kyla cam beryl reports, the -- as -- kyla campbell reports. >> reporter: president obama is speaking this afternoon at the denver police academy. he's focusing on colorado's recent passage of stricter gun laws that take effect july 1st. they include adopting universal background checks and a 15- round limit on gun magazines. those laws were sparked by last summer's deadly shooting at a movie theater in nearby aurora, colorado that left 12 people dead. victims from that tragedy will meet with the president today. some connected to the 1999
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shooting at columbine high school will also meet with the president today. but not everybody in colorado is on board with president obama's proposals. what a group of sheriffs in colorado have on their agenda today when i see you next hour. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. later today, the connecticut state legislature is expected to pass some of the toughest gun control laws in the country. the laws 0 would prevent the sale of a firearm to anyone who has do the -- who does not pass a pack -- a background checks -- check. the sale will be prohibited. the bill was drafted in response to the sandy hook shooting where a gunman killed 20 children and 6 -- and six adults. according to the public policy poll, 37% of voters believe global warming is a
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hoax. 51% do not. 6% of voters believe osama bin laden is still alive. 21% say a ufo crashed in roswell, new mexico in 1947 and the u.s. government covered it up and 7% think the moon landing was faked. state lawmakers are considering four bills that would regulate drones in california. one of the measures would create tax breaks to attract the drone industry to california. supporters say that industry could be worth $82 billion by 2025. but opponents say the use of drones raises privacy issues that have outpaced current laws. lawmakers are considering a bill that would require police to obtain warrants for most drone surveillance operations. it turns out a winnie the pooh drawing auctioned off for thousands of dollars was a fake. it was donated to a goodwill store in sonoma county and last week, goodwill auctioned it for
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more than $7600. it was out thought to be an original. but goodwill did not authenticate the drawing before putting it up for auction. luckily, the buyer had not paid for it and goodwill's ceo has apologized for the error. delegations from sacramento and san francisco are making bids before nba owners in new york city. that committee will decide where the kings go. this time they are facing a tough opponent from their own time. an attorney from sacramento. the suit says the city's $448 million project violents the state eight constitution and environmental law. many community members support this. >> these schemes, these shenanigans just don't work. >> our position is there is a
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public benefit documented in a staff report and the public benefit was clear. this is a catalyst for economic development. >> seattle is also confident the kings will provide a big boost to their city. seattle's lead investor says he's already received 45,000 requests for season tickets. >> so many battles going on. >> for sure. expect another dry, mild day. but a change in the weather is headed our way. up next, steve paulson will tell us what is right around the corner. ♪ >> and the sea lion with the love ofmusic. the trick u.s. santa cruz researchers used to get this mammal in touch with his inner dancer. good morning. traffic on 880 westbound looks pretty good as you drive through. you will see traffic on the bay bridge move slower. we will tell you about that straight ahead. [ male annound the wrong flea killer.
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there's a warning out for
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boaters after numerous sightings of whales. they migrate between march and may. in the past few days, whales have been spotted inside the bay and near san francisco's ocean beach. federal marine authorities say boaters should stay at least 300 yards from the whales. boaters are also being asked not to cross in front of the whales, make sudden moves or get between a mother and her calf. in a sea lion named ronan has the moves. obviously, a better dancer than i. a -- than i am. he's dancing to earth, wind and fire's "boogie wonderland." no other mammals move to music like this. it took a year and a half using his favorite treats to teach him how to dance. >> let's see him do the harlem
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shake. [laughter] let's check in with sal. see how things are moving and taking on the roads. >> some are moving and some are shaking. we do have traffic on the upper deck of the bay bridge moving well. but at the toll plaza, you will see a backup of about 25 minutes. so we're at the peak of this morning's commute, interstate 880 looks pretty good on 880 northbound on the right. southbound a little bit slow, not here in oakland as you drive from hayward to from matte. just getting word of a new injury accident. this one just came in, just as we went on the air. southbound 680 at north main. it's also reported at la werna. the slowdown begins as you drive towards alamo. we'll find out where it is. chp is not there yet. we'll give you more details coming up. let's go to steve. big story this morning. a lot of fog reports, santa rosa, livermore, napa. down to salinas.
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high clouds up above. if you don't have the fog you can probably see those. if you do, you obviously can't see them. one band has moved through. there's a lot of cloud cover inching toward us. it will be here late tonight and tomorrow for what looks to be a day of rain. i don't see much coming down the old weather highway. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. mild pattern. our system is on the way. mild to warm. high clouds today, but 70s inland. rain tomorrow morning. i'm probably optimistic on that .75. there's a lot of moisture coming up. but today, warm inland, especially you get far enough away from the coast. you get some mid-70s. maybe a few upper 70s. there's our system screaming. it's the one from the bottom of the scream. it will be here in about 24 hours. 60s to mid-70s on the temperatures. cloudy with rain on thursday. holding on a little bit on friday. partly sunny, partly cloudy.
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probably some rain to the north. >> thank you, steve. 7:26. coming up -- napa firefighters are called to the courthouse to rescue a man trapped between floors for almost an hour. we're live in oakland at the scene of a fatal stabbing where police are investigating what happened before the stabbing that could have involved a balcony.
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about ten minutes ago, police say a man was found on the 2300 block of international boulevard. tara moriarty is live on the scene with more. tara? >> reporter: well, police are canvassing the neighborhood right now trying to figure out exactly how this fatal stabbing unfolding. you can see two balconies at this building. police are looking into whether the victim fell from one of them before he was stabbed. this happened around 5:15 this morning on the 2300 block of international boulevard. police say several 911 calls came in from a man in his 40s. he sufficiented three to four stab wounds from his stomach but his head was injured.
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>> we have blood coming from his head. i don't want to speculate what kind of head trauma he had. >> reporter: the man was rushed to the hospital where he later died. right now police are interviewing neighbors trying to figure out if there was some sort of an argument. they've been out here with their tape measures trying to get some approximate dimensions on everything that happened here at the crime scene. if we pan to the left, you can see that there's a woman here at the oakland bake shop. they've been talking to her as well to see if perhaps she saw anything. so obviously police have a lot of investigating to do here to try to figure out who they are looking for and who is responsible for the stabbing. live from oakland, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. police are looking for the suspect in the shooting of an off-duty paramedic. quinn boyer was found in a ravine at keller avenue. police say boyer was at a stop
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sign when a man got out of a brown car and shot him. >> people are gonna want answers. people want to know what happened, why it happened. and what's gonna be done about it. >> police say they don't have a clear motive in the shooting but a law enforcement source told us when they found boyer, he mumbled the words, he tried to rob me. the last time we checked he was in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. two lay fayette police officers are on administrative leave following a police shooting. investigators say a series of 911 calls brought officers to a home on woodview drive early yesterday morning. la fayette's police chief says the two officers were immediately forced to shoot a man who threatened them with a knife. the man shot by police underwent surgery and is expected to survive. yesterday, a man was tasered after stripping down and running around naked at
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sacramento's airport. deputies chased him down and tasered him. he was taken to the hospital for evaluation. this morning, caltrans has ordered a complete reinspection of owl parts from the -- of all parts that came from a supplier from dyson. failure of those rods have raised concerns about their ability to stretch during a major earthquake. repairs could cost a million dollars. an ordinance calling for mandatory retrofits of san francisco's soft-story buildings could get final approval next week. the new law would require seismic upgrades on the city's most vulnerable buildings. some groups are concerned because most costs would likely be passed down to tenants which could amount to a rent increase up to $900 a block. the city is working on a compromise. the napa fire department was called to the rescue after
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a man became stranded inside an elevator at a courthouse. fire officials say the elevator got stuck between two floors yesterday morning. crews shut off the power and brought the elevator down to the basement where they were able to free the man. the man was not hurt. but was pretty upset after spending 45 minutes inside that elevator. west coast marijuana plantations may be responsible for killing off some endangered wildlife. the u.s. fish and wildlife service says rat poisons used on thousands of illegal pot farms may be behind the deaths of a small predator called the fisher. that fisher feeds on rats that may have eaten the poison. hotel workers will continue their protoast outside hyatt hotels until they get a new contract. [chanting] >> gonna shut it down! >> the workers' contract expired in 2009. the un nun reached new a --
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union reached new agreements. 7:34. oakland police are still searching for a suspect after a chase involving a stolen car. police say the pursuit started just after 4:00 yesterday afternoon on park boulevard. it ended on 31st street near highland hospital. the driver and the passenger took off running. police made one arrest but are still searching for a second suspect. three people suffered minor injuries after a pickup truck ran into the back of a muni bus in san francisco. the accident happened at silver avenue and lizbin. the front end of the pickup truck was smashed in. but the bus did not appear to be significantly damaged. another bay area police department is taking part in a twitter virtual ride along today. at 4:00, the castro area office
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of the chp will broadcast a vifer of ual ride along with one of its officers. last month, several bay area police departments joined more than 200 police departments across the world for a 24-hour tweet-a-thon. the idea, to give the public an idea of the day in the life of an officer on duty. reuters says google will start selling a new version of the nexus tablets starting in july. they plan to sell 8 million before the end of the year. the new nexus would ramp up competition for the ipad mini and the kindle fire. and the wall street journal says apple will start production on the new iphone this month. it will be similar to the most current version. it's supposed to be on apple stores and online sim this summer. the june -- onthis summer. they -- online this summer. they say it could be launched next year. the cell phone is celebrating a big milestone.
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it was 40 years ago today that motorola engineer, cooper, made the first call from a mobile phone. the device was much larger than it -- than it is today. it actually weighed two and a half pounds, kind of like a brick. the first mobile phone did not go on sale for ten years. it sold for $400 which is $900 -- $4,000 which is $900 in today's terms. baseball can be a cruel game, as one player learned. >> base hit! >> look at the smile there. he was just one out away from a perfect game when the houston crowd watched a heartbreaking hit. marlin gonzalez grounded a single. jarvis still had a great night. >> yeah.
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so close there. somebody who is also almost perfect as well is sal. a little segway there. you are following a crash in walnut creek. >> we are following crash. southbound 680 near rutger road. the crash is slowing traffic from pleasant hill as you drive south from walnut creek in danville. give yourself extra time. if you are getting off on highway 24, at least it's not so bad but at least you will see slow traffic on the lanes of 680 south. also looking at the commute, the bay bridge, that traffic coming into san francisco is moderately heavy. if you are driving in san jose, northbound 280, that looks pretty good getting up to highway 17. >> we were both watching that game last night. >> yes. >> i was watching it on my phone. we do have a lot of fog to
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report. napa, santa rosa, livermore, oakland, san jose, even down to salinas. you can see some of the fog is lowering a little bit. the higher clouds, there's a combination of some sun, higher clouds and more high clouds offshore. but the fog a bigger story. they will be in tonight as far as the system goes. it's tapping into a lot of moisture. i'm kind of going with the -- one of the wetter forecast models. i think there's a lot here. in fact, the last system gave us more rain than projected. low cloud, foggy, foggy for some. mixed sun in there. warm inland. mid-70s popping up. remember our system for monday. that little guy gave us .25. it's a whopper throughout the deep south. oklahoma city, that's generally rain, the forecast high for oklahoma city today, where i was born, as a matter of fact, tinker air force base, oklahoma city, 43 today. 43. that would be a record low maximum.
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our system has a punch with it. 40s on the some of the lows. mostly fair for some. cloudy for others. oakland downtown is 52. san jose, 50. 44 in ukiah, 48 in sacramento. 60s and 50s down in southern california. now this low is moving to the north. another low is forming right there. that's the one that looks like it will head to the north of us but drag across a lot of clouds. sun and clouds today after that morning low cloud deck and fog. mid-70s for some. kind of a south wind. 60s to near 70 coast and bay. rain moves in on thursday. some off-and-on rain might linger. partly sunny, partly cloudy. it looks like some rain could filter into the north but probably not here. >> thank you. 20 minutes before 8:00. good news for fans of the movie "finding nemo." there will be a sequel called"
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finding dorie." this time she kept swimming and gets lost. the movie is qeled to be in -- scheduled to be in theaters late 2015. and roger ebert says his cancer has returned. he suffered a painful frauck clur that made it difficult to walk. he was first diagnosed in 2002 and it spread to the glands. find out what's moving the markets this morning, including local carmaker tesla. and this video really turning a college basketball program upside down. the major announcement that came just moments ago. mom, i invited justin over for lunch.
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u.s. service firms expand at a forward pace in march as new orders and hiring fall shortly. this is keeping a lid on stocks today ahead of key government data due later this week. just checking right now, tesla's stock is down 7.5% right now. it appears there's some profit taking going on, this after the bay area carmaker announced it's teaming up with wells fargo and u.s. bank to help consumers finance its model s sedamage. the car's starting price is $62,000 putting it out of reach for most drivers. now it may be able to sell more
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of the pricey cars since financing may be available. president obama arrives in the bay area this evening. he has a very busy schedule. but as pam cook reports, some people plan to welcome the president with a protest. good morning. >> good morning. several groups including the sear club and friends of the earth want to personally deliver a message to president obama. their message, stop the keystone excel pipeline. that pipeline would transfer oil from canada through the midwest to refunries in texas. people opposed to the plan question the environment impact and will be protesting outside of president obama's fund- raisers in san francisco tonight. this could cause traffic issues. the president is set to arrive at sfo at 5:25 this evening and head straight to pacific heights. at 6:15, he will deliver
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remarks at the home of tom styer and then he's scheduled to speak at a dinner at the home of ann and gordon gety. he will stay overnight in san francisco and then tomorrow he will attend a brunch in atherton. the president finishes his bay area visit with another stop in atherton at the home of philanthropist john and marshal goldman. the president's goal, to raise money to support democratic presidential candidates in next year's elections. coming up next, those opposing or supporting the pipeline? new research out this morning. and before president obama arrives in san francisco, he's stopping in colorado. that's at 8:15. new this morning out of afghanistan, suicide bombers
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disguised as afghan soldiers stormed a courthouse in a failed attempt to free more than a dozen taliban prisoners. new reports just in from afghan officials say 53 civilians and nine attackers were reported killed in the fighting. the attack happened while 15 taliban prisoners were being transfored to the courthouse for trial -- transferred to the courthouse for trial. north korea has blocked south korean workers from a jointly owned industrial park near the border. the move comes after north korea says they are in a state of war with south korea and would restart a nuclear reactor. more than 50,000 north koreans and several hundred people in south korea work at the industrial park which has more than 100 factories. israel has launched air strikes in the gaza strip for the first time since a truce was reached in november. no one was hurt and no damage was reported in today's air strikes. israel ordered the attack after palestinian militants fired missiles across the border for the second time in two days.
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secretary of state john kerry is expected to travel to israel on saturday to try and restart peace talks. a bipartisan immigration bill being crafted in the senate could mean big changes for the farm workers. the legislation could include a new visa program to bring foreign programs in the country to work in agriculture. an agreement on the provision confine amized in the coming -- confine amized in the -- could be -- could can be finalized in the coming days. lodge-time south bay congressman mike hon ta is getting competition. r o khanna announced he plans
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to challenge hon ta for the seat in 2014. the district includes parts of from mann -- fremont, san jose, sunnyvale and cupertino. >> but i bring a different perspective on issues of silicon valley and the economy. i have different ideas how we will attract small/medium-sized businesses. >> khanna teaches at the santa clara university of law and also at stanford. on monday, honda posted a website saying he's looking forward to the strongest campaign yet in 2014. we're getting some local reaction to the nra's proposal that would arm at least one adult in every school. former police officer troy coleman runs a security emergency response training center in san jose. he says teachers should be armed and he's prepared to
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train them in the proper ways to own and handle a gun. school administrators disagree and say the teacher's first priority is to remain locked down with students. dozens of educators in georgia who have been indicted in a cheating scandal turned themselves in. this is video of the principals, teachers and testing coordinators making their way to a jail in atlanta to face charges. a state investigation was launched after an unexplained surge in test scores in some atlanta schools. according to investigators, the teacher held answer-changing parties where they erased wrong answers on students' tests and put in the right answers. police say 19-year-old jacob valaviazo was shot on
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24th and bryant after mistaken for a gang member. he was home on spring break visiting his parents. he was visiting lewis and clark college in portland. breaking news. mike rice has just been fired. that's following a videotape that aired on espn and has gone viral on the internet. it shows rice yelling homophobic slurs at players and kicking, grabbing and shoving them. the coach is seen throwing basketballs at them. chris christie was among them demanding the university take tough action against rice. it's march madness. the women's basketball team is in the final four for the first time ever. >> no. cal makes history sl. >> they sure did. they made history with the victory over georgia on monday night. the bears will now play lieuvyville in the national semifinals sunday at new
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orleans arena. the cal pearce are stirring up plenty of excitement also at campus. >> we had a lot of people come in today and ask the shirts. we had to turn them down because we don't have any right now. >> one fan in the white house is surprise -- is not surprised. president obama predicted that. >> yes. eight minutes before 8:00. new information about february's damaging water main break in san francisco. the previous work under investigation that may be linked to the rupture. a new report millions of californians face in the risk of major flooded.
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7.5 million californians live in places that face flooding. a report says it could cost $100 billion to protect the
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state's endangered infrastructure. that's ten times more than the state has to shore up aging dams an levees. 800 flood prevention projects have been identified. but the experts say even those would not provide protection from 100-year floods. the puc may be close to figuring out the 16-inch pipe that burst and flooded holes. the puc is looking into whether that work may have damaged the water main and the possibility of faulty welding is also under investigation. all right. 7:55. we want to check in with sal, see what's happening on the roads. how's is looking on 880? >> it's slow in some area, southbound. northbound traffic is moderately heavy. it's getting busier past high
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street. the morning commute at the bay bridge toll plaza, westbound. it's backed up up. it's about a 15-minute delay. no major problems there. if you are driving in walnut creek, you still have the crash. 680 near rutger road. it's off to the shoulder but traffic is slow. a lot of reports of fog. very, very foggy, just had a nice tweet from cassie jean. she shade a lot of fog -- she said a lot of fog and numerous reports. there will be breaks in it. a lot of it is down on the deck. a lot of high clouds, it will still be mild, very, very warm. it will be here late tonight, tomorrow. there looks to be rain. it doesn't look like there's much behind the system. 60s for 70s for temperatures. by the way, i should ask if you have facebook, you have a behind-the-scenes look at doing the weather here. duncan, one of our sharp employees here, posted that. behind the scenes. here on facebook, you can see it. >> the video looks really good.
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>> yes. coming up -- a tree-sitting protest in mendocino county comes to a dramatic end. the issue that had activists perched up in the tree for nine weeks. >> reporter: we're live in san jose, where the city has made another push to get the oakland as to move to san jose. we'll tell you about this latest move. you will hear from the mayor when "mornings on 2" continues. well, well, well.
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welcome back. i'm to campbell. >> i'm brian flores. another police shooting in the bay area. it hatched last night in napa -- it happened last night in napa on gasser avenue. paul chambers joins us with more questions that still need to be answered. >> reporter: good morning, brian. we've been out here a since 4:30. we're at the sheriff's office because they are the lead investigators at this investigation. this did involve a napa police officer. they released very little information. police say this all happened just after 8:00 last night. napa special investigation bureau were watching a vehicle in this parking lot.
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police believe one of the three men inside the vehicle had a warrant out for an an say salt with a deadly -- for an assault with a deadly weapon. officers approached the vehicle with guns drawn. one of the men got out and got into an altercation with an agent. the officer fired one shot in the man's torso. he was taken to the hospital and his condition and name is still unknown at this hour. the other two men were taken into custody. now, police didn't say if the man or men had any weapons on them or if the person was shot or any of the people involved were the one having a warrant. we're posing all of these questions to the police and hopefully we can get that to you before the end of the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. police arrested a second suspect in san leandro. he's identified as 18-year-old andre smith. this follows the earlier arrest of smith's suspected arrival of
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bennett. they are both accused of killing a 50-year-old man waiting for a bus outside of the b.a.r.t. station. he was an innocent bystander who got involved in the gun battle involving those suspects. a committee of a san francisco fire official, a red woo city county -- redwood city council member and involved in renaming the airport to harvey milk. chuck reed wants a meeting with bud selig. he wants the as in san jose. here's more. >> reporter: the mayor says this has been a frustrating
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process for him and for many people here in san jose who would like to see the oakland as move here. he says he's written letters to major league baseball over the years multiple times. but in this latest letterer, he uses stronger language. in the letter, mayor tells -- mayor reed tells selig, a stadium could have been under construction. the city has purchased land in anticipation of putting a stadium there because lew wolff continues to show grow interest in putting a team here. 75% of major league baseball owners would have to vote in favor of the as in order to force the giants to give up the
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claim. so the mayor says he's pushing the commissioner for the meeting. >> i think interimportant to have a face-to-face conversation with selig. there are people getting upset about the long delay and i think the best way to deal with that, have a conversation, figure out what issues he has. give him the answers he want so we can move out. >> reporter: -- he wants so we can move out. >> reporter: may roar reed said that meeting would reduce the possibility of lit bation. city leaders have been vocal about challenging mlb in court. but this latest move seems a plea to avoid that. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. the cost of building a high- speed rail line continues to climb. the san jose mercury news reports it will cost an extra $97 million to design the rail line. they've already doubled to $69 billion since voter approved high speed rail five years ago. rail officials say much of the
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cost inis coming from delays in building the line. 8:03. we want to check in with sal. what's happening in walnut creek? we do have slow traffic. we're able to catch it from an earlier crash near rutger. 680 is slow. i think we still have it. there it is. it's improving a little bit. southbound as you drive past the 24 interchange. so now that they cleared that crash out of the way. we're seeing relief. 24 westbound is moderate lit heavy. you will see some slow traffic at the been toll plaza this morning. traffic is going to be busy as you drive to the toll plaza area. also this morning, the livermore valley we've had some slow traffic as you drive through westbound 580 driving into the livermore valley still slow. if you are driving over to castro valley, it's slow there on 238. 8:04. let's go to steve. a lot fog. that's the big story.
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tom in blossom hill says it was rarely foggy. i know from -- kind of damp as well. some of that fog is thick. one band of high clouds. there's a lot more out here. i would say mostly sunny, partly sunny day in advance of a system that would be here late tonight, early tomorrow. it looks ominous. probably .25 to .50. it will probably cover it. that may be the system in the pipeline. after a mild, warm day, especially inland. tomorrow looks like rain returns probably for the morning commute. i went .25 to .75. there could be some there's a lot of moisture. we'll see if that develops. mostly sunny day. a lot of high clouds. daytime highs inland, they will be jumping up. our little system for monday. look at it. what a whopper it is right now. look at that. severe weather moving through the deep south, stretching from new orleans all the way down into the florida panhandle.
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from wichita, tulsa, oklahoma, baaing to dallas and also down into texas. severe weather. once april hits, that's when the severe weather goes crazy. >> for us we're waiting for the system tomorrow. upper 40ss, mid-50s -- upper 40s, mid-50s. 49 san francisco. 32 in tahoe. they did make it to 29 this morning. 45 ukiah. already 70, 70 in palm springs. our low is on the way. it will track to the north of us. it will drag across a lot of clouds and some rain. foggy morning. some low clouds and fog. warm inland. mix bag of sun and clouds. 60s to 70s. 70 novato. clearlake 75. 76 for antioch. livermore, 74. 72 walnut creek. 66 alameda. berkeley, 67. 71 in san jose, 76 gilroy. 73 cupertino. saratoga, mountain view, palo alto in thered, redwood city,
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68. dc and pacifica, 62. cloudy with rain on thursday into parts of friday and then partly sunny, partly cloudy on the weekend. maybe a little cooler with rain to the north. >> thank you, steve. nine-week-long tree sitting proehl test in mendocino county has come to an end -- protest in mendocino county has come to an end. chp officers forcibly removed demonstrators from the tree yesterday. they even fired beanbag projectiles. the activists have been purchasing the construction of a highway bypass. some residents and business owners are questioning the benefits of the $210 million project. one of two bay area men wanted for a million-dollar gold heist is in jail this morning. david johnson of el cerrito turned himself into authorities on monday. investigators say his accomplice of el sobrante is still at large. the two men are suspected of
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breaking into the siskiyou county courthouse last year and taking more thatten a million dollars in -- more than a million dollars in gold nuggets. larry ellison has put his private lake tahoe on the -- get away on the market. it's not cheap. this 2.6 -- this 2.6-acre property includes a 9,000- square foot main house with six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms. there are two guest houses, a white sand beach, sauna room. $28million. there are very few sellers and a lot of buyers who are trying to get into a home before prices increase. real teres say home in -- realtors say homes in good neighborhood are getting as much as 20 offers and that's
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creating bidding wars. many competitive investors are offering to pay in cash. a new report this morning, shows apartment vacancy rates across the country are at the lowest level in ten years. 4.3% of all apartments are empty right now. but because u.s. workers' wages are holding steady, landlords are having a hard time raising rents. during the first three months, the asmg rent increase -- the average rent increase was.half a -- was half -- was half a percent. 8:09. the amgen tour of volunteer is looking for -- california is looking for volunteers. organizers need help with the may 17th stage in san jose, may
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18th to the mt. diablo summit and the race to san francisco. they need court marshals, traffic monitors, check-in clerks, media aassistants and hospitality work es. bicyclists and community groups are upset by the lack of progress on bike-related projects. the san francisco municipal transportation agenen approved several projects last october but it looks like those won't be finished until the end of the year . 8:10. coming up -- a body found in a church parking lot in concord. what investigators are saying about this grim discovery. this is far from your house
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fog the big story for some. not for all but if you are stuck in the fog, visibility can be lousy. mostly sunny. in fact, i think we'll have a mild to warm day inland. if that fog doesn't burn off, it looks like rain tomorrow. police say a body found in a church parking lot is that of a missing man. it was found about 5:30 last night outside of the church of the that za rez on -- nazareth
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-- nazareth. there are no apparent signs of foul play. family members are speaking out about the death of a man found hanging from a rope at a sacramento high rise. the uncle does not believe his nephew was tagging. police say tools used to deface glass and a stencil were found at the scene. president obama leaves for colorado in -- in an hour. >> reporter: president obama will call on congress to move forward with stricter gun laws.
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colorado's new laws include universal background checks for private gun sales and a 15- round limit on gun magazines. last year's deadly movie theater shooting sparked these new policies. victims from that shooting and the columbine high school meeting with meeting with president obama today. meanwhile, 16 sheriffs in colorado are holding their own news conference speaking out against gun control measures. president obama wants universal background checks, a magazine limit of ten rounds an an assault weapon ban but it appears there's dwindling support from washington lawmakers from all three proposals. >> i think most persons believe it makes absolute sense to check the criminal record of someone before they are allowed to purchase a gun. >> the senate was supposed to start debating this when they returned from a two-week recess. harry reid expects the debates to get pushed back another week. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. after his stop in colorado,
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president obama is heading to the bay area. coming up at 8:45, ktvu's pam cook will have a rundown of the president's schedule while he's in the bay area and the issues some protesters say they are planning to bring to the president. 8:15. investigators in texas are checking out at least two leads in the recent killing of two prosecutors. on saturday, cough lin county michael mclelland and his wife -- cough -- kaufman county michael mclelland and his wife were found shot to death in their bed. they are focusing on a former county judge who allegedly threatened the prosecutors after he lost their job because of a corruption investigation. search crews are out again today in the santa ana mountains looking for hikers. officials say the two hikers
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called 911 sunday night to say they had gotten lost on a hike in the cleveland national forest. their cell phone lost power before searchers could pinpoint their location. 250 volunteers are helping in the search for the costa mesa teens. in about zale three men are -- brazil three men are being questioned about a brutal attack on tourists. police say an american woman was gang-raped after getting into a van and her boyfriend was beaten and forced to watch. the attack lasted for six years. years-- lasted for six hours. a thumbs up for a series of concerts leading up to the cup races. the approval came after live nation agreed to several conditions to keep neighbors happy. that includes earlier stop signs for weeknight concerts
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and increased enforcement of noise restrictions. the department of fish and wildlife has launched a federal investigation into why the port of san francisco destroyed an osprey's nest. the nest tap on top of a 150- foot crane on pier 80 where the oracle team is based. disturbing the nest may have violated the migratory bird act. a third person has died from a new strain of bird flu in china. at least nine people have been infected with the virus. the world health organization says it's too early, though, to call it a pan dam ec. scientists say -- pandemic. scientists say they are not sure how it is spreading but it does not seem to be from human to human contact. they say this new strain has not been found in people before. an extra large house cat is terrorizing a neighborhood in can joaquin county.
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this is the -- in san joaquin county. this is the cat known as man face. he's very mean and attacks other cats. he was recently caught and neutered. so neighbors hope that will help calm him down. and mark sanford run a republican runoff election for a u.s. congressional seat. his political career was tarnished when back in 2009 he admitted to an extra-marital affair. but last night, his former misstress and now fiance was by his side as he gave his victory speech. he will face elizabeth bush in the election on may 7th. well, a new poll shows republicans could have a hard time winning back the white house in the 2016 presidential election if either hillary clinton or joe biden becomes the democratic nominee. the poll matched clinton and biden against four republican
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challenges. democrats easily beat rue bow, paul, and jeb -- rubio, paul and jeb bush. the only republican that seemed to have a chance was chris christie. >> this is so far in vad -- in advance. >> three years. >> yeah. it's the end of the road for a long-time san francisco company. >> it's hard to give it up. it's hard to be the last one. >> the. >> the future of sherman clay pianos. and it's cloudy and cool today. and meteorologist steve paulson is telling us to get ready for a wet morning commute tomorrow. if you are driving on westbound 237, you will see some slowing as you cross. we'll tell you more about the morning commute. the only thing we'd ever grown together
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so it's there when plants need it. yeah, they're bigger and more beautiful. guaranteed. in pots. in the ground. in a ukulele. are you kidding me? that was my idea. with the right soil... everyone grows with miracle-gro. there are new delays on work on san francisco's coit tower. roof work was supposed to start in january but bad weather postponed emergency repairs. once the work started, crews discovered the condition of the roof was worse than expected. work is not expected to wrap up until next month now and maintenance work on the historic murals could -- not be start until the roof was fibltioned -- fixed. 8:23. a long-time san francisco piano company is shutting its doors.
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♪ >> sherman clay piano has survived two major earthquakes and economic highs and lows. now after five generations, the sherman clay name is being taken over by steinway. at the end of the month, steinway will take over the sherman clay locations in san francisco and walnut creek. >> it's been very emotional. very bittersweet. sherman clay has been in my family since 1960. the sherman clay stores in slar and roseville will also close. the company is liquidating $3 million worth of pianos leaving fans one last chance to get a deal. coming up on 8:30. let's go to sal to get your traffic. >> all right. the traffic, the commute in general has been getting better in this last hour, we haven't had as many incidents. we haven't had as much slow traffic.
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the fog is moving in. steve and i often play the fog brothers on tv. you can tell that the fog is making drivers turn on their head lites here on the east shore freeway heading down to the bay bridge toll plaza. no major problems at the toll plaza. in fact, we've had a lot of improvement there as you drive into san francisco. and not a low lot of collisions either. let's go to the livermore maps here. traffic is moving along okay. hayward union city fremont, that traffic southbound is much improved. 8:25. let's go to steve. a lot of fog this morning, some areas already have fun. it will be a mild to warm day away from the coast. visibility is down to 200, 300 feet. we've had a couple of bands of high clouds go through. the next one is punching in. if you have the fog, you are like what high clouds? all i can see it fog. pretty good system coming up from the due south.
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it will be a big system. 40s and 50s on the temps here. 49 san rafael, napa, today, even with the fog and the higher clouds, it will be mild to warm, especially inland. next system coming up from the southwest not from the north. rain tomorrow, .25 to .5. i'm lean ng 0 the system that's -- leaning 0 the system that's wetter. believe me that would be a blessing because this system looks like it's punching north. 60s to low to mid-70s. cloudy skies by tonight. bring some rain in tomorrow morning. the system will weaken rapidly. i know the as have a day game tomorrow. kind of partly cloudy, partly sunny, low confidence for the weekend. rain to the north. looks like on sunday. coming up, a fire breaks out at an apartment building overnight and firefighters had to call it back up after being faced with more than just
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flames. and an off-duty paramedic is fighting for his life and the words he mumm bemmed to police that -- mumm bemmed to police that -- mumbled that might give police a clue as to how this happened.
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police are trying to determine what camed ash -- what killed a man found on a sidewalk tara moriarty is live with more. snrferm police are trying to figure out -- >> reporter: police are trying to figure out if the man fell from behind me. the fire department has just arrived to hose down the sidewalk here. it was a pretty messy scene.
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they are looking into whether the victim was stabbed and then pushed or fell from the balcony. this all happened around 5:15 this morning on the 2300 block of international boulevard. police say several 911 calls came in about a man in his 40s who appeared to be latino and was lying face up on the sidewalk. he suffered three to four stab wounds to his stomach but his head suffered severe trauma. the man was rushed to the hospital where he later died. he's not been identified. right now, police are interviewing neighbors where they are trying to figure out if there was an argument. they are interviewing the woman who rents some of these apartments bosh the businesses. we -- bosh the businesses -- above the apartments. we're hearing this could be a possible suicide. we're looking into that as well. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:30. in overnight news, a woman was
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taken to the hospital after a fire at a hayward apartment building. firefighters believe the fire started in the kitchen of their bottom floor apartment and quickly spread. it was reported on western boulevard at about 3:00 a.m. the building was five apartments but none of the other units were damaged. the woman was taken to hot suffering from smoke inhalation. firefighters say they had to call in police backup because the crowd was big and angry when they arrived. berkeley's police union has sent out a survey to get the public's opinion on tasers. right now, berkeley police don't use tasers but the police association is considering whether or not they should. the organization sent out surveys to 19,000 people in berkeley to ask their opinion. the president of the berkeley police association says it's the first step in a long process. it is 8:31. this morning, oakland police are investigating the shooting of an off-duty santa clara county paramedic. when we last checked, the paramedic quinn boyer was in
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critical condition at highland hospital with a gunshot wound to the yesterday. yesterday he was at a stop sign at keller avenue. witnesses say a man got out of a brown car and shot boyer. boyer sped off but drove into a ravine and that's where police found him. >> the shootings, the robberies and stuff really don't make it easy for people to go about their normal day? police don't have a clear motive for the shooting but a law enforcement source says boyer mumbled the words "he tried to rob me." it was ash noon site for an
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airport runway. a man was tasered for stripping down and running around neighborhood at sacramento county's rio lib da airport. he was taken to the hospital for evaluation. 8:32. an ordinance calling for a mandatory retrofit of san francisco's soft story buildings could get final approval next week. the new law would require seismic upgrades on 2800 of the city's most vulnerable buildings. tenants' rights groups say they are concerned because most let troe fit costs would likely -- retrofit costs. this morning, caltrans has ordered a complete reinspection of all parts for the new bay bridge span that came from an ohio supplier. the announcement came after caltrans said more than a third of the steel rods supplied
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broke after being tightened from dyson the chronicle reports the failure of the rods has raised concerns about their ability to stretch during a major earthquake. repairs could cost a million dollars. coming up on 9:00, we want to go to sal with traffic. is it looking better? >> it is looking better. we've been looking better. we haven't been able to pinpoint any problems. westbound 24 has ill -- improved triferping to the tunnel -- driving to the tunnel there is still a delay. you can see the traffic is a little bit slow coming in from the middle of the parking lot. i want to show you the peninsula between 38ed on a highway 9 -- between 380 and highway 92. no problems otherwise. 8:34. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a very good morning. very foggy morning for some.
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some areas of fog has lifted. some is hanging in there. it can be tough. it can lift and temperatures will warm up. mostly sunny, pentagon. the stum come until from tomorrow, it's coming up from a very, very warm source. out of the southwest there is a lot of moisture here. the problem is it's probably going to elongate. still we'll go with rain for tomorrow. mostly sunny, daytime highs, mid-70s for some. the system -- it's -- it's developing a low right back here which is a good thing. you need that. you need the upper dynamics. it's going to slow it down. probably not a big deal. but a lot of high clouds will stream in here. by the time it arrives late tonight, tomorrow, maybe they will have something to work with. the tiny system has really picked up a lot of juice, that's cold air coming out of the rockies. very warm air coming out of the
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gulf. kind of a colder pattern with a series of thunderstorms from oklahoma into texas. it's that time of year. you get these lows coming out of the four kowshers and that's a -- kowrners and that's a -- corners. most locations, upper 40s to 50s. oakland airport has been warm, warm, warm. mid-50s. tahoe, 29 they are now 32. sacramento at 50 degrees. already 70 down in palm springs. this low tracking towards this late tonight. sun and clouds. very mild to warm. kind of muggy inland. some of that thick figure out there. 60s and 70s. clearlake. mostly sunny up there. st. helena, 75. mid-70s for some.
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upper 60s mainly cloest and bay -- mainly coast and bay. they get the most sun. that nothing might put a damper. cloudy with rain on thursday. there could be lingering rain holding on. weekend confidence level is very, very low. it looks partly sunny, partly cloudy. 8:36. happening now, delegations from both sacramento and seattle are making bids before a committee of nba owners in new york city. that committee will decide if the kings stay in sacramento or move to seattle. in the meantime, sacramento city leaders are facing another tough opponent from their own town. two sacramento attorneys are suing to block the city's blan to build a new downtown arena. the suitcase the city's $448 million project violents the vite constitution and environment law -- state constitution and environment law. many community members support
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this lawsuit. >> these schemes and shenanigans, they just don't work. >> our position is there is a public benefit that was documented in a staff report and it was clear. this is a catalyst for economic development. >> seattle's lead investor says he's already received 45,000 requests for season tickets. oakland police are searching for a suspect after a chase involving a stolen car. police say the pursuit started just after 4:00 yesterday afternoon on park boulevard. it ended on 31st street and vallecito police near highland hospital. a driver and passenger took off running. police arrested one but are still searching for a sackd -- for a second suspect. an accident happened at silver avenue and lizbin at 8:15. the front end of a pickup truck
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was smashed in. the bus involved did not appear to be significantly damaged. another bay area police department is taking part in a twitter virtual ride along today. at 4:00 this afternoon, the castro valley area office of the chp will broadcast a virtual ride along with one of its officers. last month several bay area police departments join the more than 200 -- joined more than 200 police departments across the world for a 24-hour tweet-a-thon. the idea is to give the public an idea in the day of the life -- of the day in the life of a police officer. "reuters" says google will start selling a new version of the nexus tablet in july. it adds google plans to sell 8 million of them before the end of the year. this would ramp up competition for the ipad mini by apple and the kindle fire. and the wall street journal says apple will start production on the newest iphone later this month. the phone will be similar in
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shape and size to the most current version. it's supposed to be in apple stores and online sometime this summer. the journal also says a new low- end phone from apple could be launched by the end of the year. well, the cell phone is celebrating a big milestone. can you believe it? it was 40 years ago today that motorola engineer martin coomber made the first call -- cooper made the first call from a phone. it weighed two and a half pounds and was the size of a brick. the first mobile home didn't sell for ten years later and sold for $4,000 which is more man $9,000 in today's terms. well, texas pitcher darvish was almost perfect last night. >> gonzalez, base hit! prush >> he was just one out away from a perfect game when the houston crowd watched a
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heartbreaking hit. gonzalez rounded a clean single through the witcher's leg -- pitcher's leg. darvish struck out 14 boaters in the rangers' victory. >> that's a win. >> yes. 20 minutes before 9:00. a suicide bomb attack at a courthouse this morning in afghanistan. high civilian death toll and the reason for the attack. plus president obama in the bay area today, the reason for his visit and the protesters who say they will be onhand. the man sent to the hospital after an involve- involve -- officer-involved shooting in napa.
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stocks are down after weak reports on hiring and growth. service companies dampen the outlook. taking a live look, the dow is down 69. the nasdaq is down 17. s&p is down 10. it is 8:44. we're following another police shooting in the bay area. this one happened last night in napa on gasser avenue. paul chambers has been covering the story since 4:30. he joins us now with what he's
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learned so far. >> reporter: good morning. since our last report i did speak with the public information officer at the sheriff's department. she said she's astill waiting for investigators to get back to her and get the latest information so they don't have much to release at this time. but this is what we do know -- police say this happened after 8:00 last night. napa special investigators bureau were watching a vehicle in this parking lot. police believe one of the three men inside the vehicle had a warrant out for an assault with a deadly weapon. officers approached the vehicle with guns drawn. police say that's when one of the men got out of the car and got into some type of altercation with one of the -- with you an of the agents. the officer fired one shot into the man's torso. was taken to the hospital. his condition and name, unknown. the other two men were taken into custody. officers have not said anything about the man, if he had a weapon or him or if there was a weapon in the car with the other man or if the person, in fact, did have a warrant out for their arrest. we'll stay on top of this and
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bring you the latest as it develops. back to you. >> thank you. 8:45. let's get you up to date on some of the top stories -- mayor reed is stepping up his effort to get the as to san jose. he sent a letter to bud selig qg a meeting. pam cook is in our newsroom about a planned protest. >> the groups are keecking out about -- are speaking out about the keystone pipeline that
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would transfer oil from canada. people opposed to the plan question the environment impact and plan protests as they did during the president's visit in october of 2011. a national survey by the pew research center shows broad public support, two-thirds say they are in favor of building the pipeline. the protest could affect some traffic around the bay area as will the president's visit. the president is scheduled to arrive at sfo at 5:25 this evening and head straight to pacific heights. at 6:15, he will deliver remarks at tom stier and then at 7:55. he's scheduled to speak at a dinner at the hole of ann and gordon getty. then tomorrow, he heads to atherton to brunch that costs $32,000 to attend. he will stop then at the home of john and marshal goldman. the state department is in the
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process of taking comments on its latest draft environment impact assessment of the pipeline. the pipeline has to conduct an assessment before making a final decision which is expected in july or august and then president obama will personally weigh in on the final decision. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. out of afghanistan, suicide bombers disguyed as afghan soldiers stormed a courthouse in an attempt to free more than a dozen prisoners. 34 civilians and nine attackers were reported killed in the fighting. the attack happened while 15 taliban prisoners were being transferred to the courthouse for trial. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. north korea has blocked south korean workers from a jointly-oinked industrial park near the border -- jointly- owned industrial park near the
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border. and israel has launched air strikes in the gaza strip for the first time since a true was reached in november. no one was hurt and no damage was reported in today's air strikes. israel ordered the attack after palestinian militants fired missiles across the border for the second time in two days. secretary of state john kerry is expected to travel to israel on saturday to try and restart peat talks -- piece talks. state lawmakers are considering now bills to deg rate drones in california. one of the measures would create three tax breaks to attract. opponents say the use of drones raises privacy issues that have outpaced current laws. lawmakers are considering a bill that would require police to obtain warrants for most drone surveillance operations. a new poll examines
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american attitudes about conspiracy theories. according to the public policy poll, 37% of voters believe global warming is a hoax. 51% do not. 6% of voters believe osama bin laden is still alive. 21% say a ufo crashed in roswell, new mexico in 1947 and the u.s. government covered it up. and 7% think the moon landing was faked. we're getting local reaction to the nra's proposal to arm at least one adult in every school. coleman ones a response training center -- runs a response training center in san jose. he says teachers should be armed and should be trained. school administrators say the teacher's first pry forty is to be knock -- priority is to be locked down with the students.
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this is video of the principals and teachers and testing coordinators making their way to a jail in atlanta too face charges. a state investigation was laufn offed after an unexplained surge in standardized test scores in some schools. reportedly the teachers were under pressure to raise the district test results. 8:5. the san francisco public -- 8:51. the puc may be close to figuring out the water main. the 16-inch cast iron pipe ruptured back in february flooding 23 holes. according to the examiner, contractors replaced a sewer line in the same aria, three months before. the puuc is now looking into whether that work may have damaged the where the water main. the possibility of faulty welding is also under investigation. a new report shows nearly
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7.5 million californians live in places that face major flooding. the joint report from the state and federal governments says it would cost $100 million to protect the state's endangered infrastructure. that's ten times more than the state has to shore up aging dams and levees. 800 flood prevention projects have been identified but experts say even those would not provide protection from 100- year floods. coming up, a big decision made about one hour ago at a big new jersey college. northbound and southbound interstate 80 looks pretty good. if you are driving to the san mateo bridge, we have something to tell you about your route across the bay. ♪
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there's warning out for boaters after numerous sightings of gray whales. gray whiles migrate from mexico to the -- whales migrate from mexico. they have been spotted inside the bay and near ocean beach. federal marine authorities say boaters should stay at least 300 yards from the whales. boaters are being asked to make sudden moves or get between her mother and her calf. rutgers university has fired its head basketball coach mike rice following a videotape
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that aired on espn and has gone viral. it shows him yelling homophobic slurs and kicking and shoving them. we've confirmed he's been fired. the calwomen's basketball team knows who they will face in the final four. they will play louisville in the semifinals on sunday in new orleans. >> here's from a half-court shot. no! cal makes history! >> yep. cal made history with a thrill victory -- thrilling victory. many are thrilled with cal's success. >> when you think of basketball, you think of men. you don't really think about the wba. you think about the nba. >> one fastball fan in the white house is not surprised
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bycal's success -- by cal's success. president obama predicted this. coming up on 9:00, let's go to sal with our last look at traffic. you are looking at a crash in hayward. westbound 92 they just opened all of the lanes. the cash atle toll plaza. it was in the -- the crash at the toll plaza, it has been removed. bay bridge toll plaza is better. in fact, it's improved a little bit. it's -- its -- its improved a lot. there is only a little bit of a -- it's improved a lot. there's only a little bit of a dae lay. let's go to steve. >> a lot of fog this morning but it will still be mostly cloudy. still mild to warm. mid-70s inland. tonight we cloud it up. it looks like rain arrives tomorrow morning and then carrying in a little bit. saturday, sunday should be okay -- iffy. >> okay. >> the system coming in.
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the north bay is in line for some rain. >> tomorrow, right in the height of the morning commute. >> 6:00 a.m., unless it stalls or slows. but it's on its way. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure to watch the news at noon. we'll have live coverage on an immigration rally? san jose. we're always here for at ktvu.com. thank you for joining us. purn
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